Support » Plugins and Hacks » [Plugin: WP Super Cache] Can I bypass ‘ Not caching wp-admin requests.’

  • Hi all!

    I want to use AskApache Crazy Cache.
    But WP Super Cache blocks this action (see log line below):
    19:41:36 /wp-admin/options-general.php?page=askapache-crazy-cache.php Not caching wp-admin requests.

    Is there any way to work around this?

    Thanks in advance and take care.
    Dre from Holland.

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  • I’m on it.. its about time for an upgrade.. once I get AskApache online (dreamhost terminated my whole account without warning) ill get the upgrade Out around the 6th. Any other feature requests?

    And could you email me more log output

    I don’t recommend using the Crazy Cache script – a lot of hosting companies hate when accounts have thousands of temporary files lying about. Makes restoring from backup really hard.
    I received a very irate email from someone at a major hosting company because several of his accounts had 50,000+ wp-cache files.

    Anyway, there’s no point generating a cache file for a page that will never be visited.

    Those are some good points donncha, this is a niche type of plugin that isn’t for all sites.

    I’ve been going over the w3-cache plugin with the author, and it may render this plugin redundant.

    It’s such neat code though that I’m sure we can find a use for it.

    It works really well for small blogs like, which has around 300 pages and gets 10k visitors/day avg. But I personally don’t use wp-cache, I prefer the leaner hyper-cache (plugin) method.

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